If you've got teens, like I do, you already know that celebrating Halloween is no longer the simple holiday it used to be and finding fun Halloween activities for teens can be a literal nightmare. Remember the days when your Halloween to-do list looked like this? 1. Get/make costume for kid. 2. Take kid trick-or-treating. […]
Wait! Not all the fun is cancelled.
Two weeks after authorities in Los Angeles announced that trick-or-treating is “not recommended” this year due to COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a document detailing how individuals in regions where trick-or-treating has not been discouraged can do it safely.
Trick or treating meets social distancing!
Halloween 2020 doesn't have to be canceled by coronavirus. Here are tips to keep your little ghosts happy, even without traditional trick-or-treating.
Break out the costumes!!From Delish
Let us repeat: Halloween is not canceled this year. While in-person parties maybe out, socially distant trick-or-treating, watching 31 Days of Halloween, and eating all the candy safely from the comfort of your couch are fair game. And don't forget the Halloween decor — we just might even be taking that to the next level […]
We scared up all of the details for you.
Decorate pumpkins outside or do a virtual costume contest, new CDC guidelines suggest, but don't drink alcohol or go on hay rides with non-housemates.
They provided some safer alternatives.
Grab a bag of candy corn and settle in.Originally Appeared on Glamour
You'll love these jokes whether you prefer tricks or treats.From Country Living
Time to get crafty!!!
The CDC advises against traditional trick or treating this year amid the novel coronavirus, highlighting Halloween activities in order of risk level.
Most Americans say they can't imagine Halloween without trick-or-treating. One doctor says "I just don’t see how it’s feasible to do this safely."
The CDC has issued guidance to parents who still want to celebrate Halloween, suggesting "one-way trick-or-treating" instead of the traditional activity.
And by "ugly" we mean kinda, sorta, actually cute.From Delish
Zombies, vampires, and alcohol.
There are a few things different about Halloween this year – we’re going to be setting our clocks an hour back, there’s a rare full moon, and it falls on a Saturday so you can stay up a little later sorting/pounding candy and reading R.L. Stine. “Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses,” the C.D.C said in a statement. “There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween.”
Between all the mask-wearing, canceled playdates and virtual learning, it’s been a tough year for kids. Which is why many parents are trying to come up with solutions to keep fall celebrations going, including...